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Seventy-five teams representing 16 countries are preparing to leave their mark on the International Business Plan Competition organised by the International University of Monaco.
“The Mark” is a Business Plan Competition for graduate students whose aim is to encourage and reward innovative ideas in the field of luxury and premium services. The competition, created by the IUM in 2014, is made up of a committee composed of professors, IUM students and professionals from Monaco.
The IUM has registered the participation of 234 students, divided into 75 teams representing 33 business schools from 16 different countries. The winner of this fourth edition will receive a prize of €2000, as well as a consulting package in marketing and communication worth €10,000, in support of the development and launch of the idea.
Prizes will be offered by the sponsors of the event: Money Mail Me, Ambra Ventures and Ingenium Media. Entries are now closed and participants have until March 27 to submit their business plans to the jury. The finalists selected will participate in the last stage of the competition on April 25, 2017.
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